Thursday, August 21, 2014 Av 25, 5774
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Author Adam Wilson paid a visit to the Temple University students who finished out their American Jewish literature course with his first novel.
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When it's too cold to even think of going outside, why not curl up with a good read? Senior Editor Bob Leiter has a quartet of recommendations to keep you busy in a new online feature that will appear at least once a month on our books page.
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Judy Petsonk, JE Feature
I was walking down a street in Jeru­salem when I came to a sign: Queen Shalom-Zion Street. A Jewish queen who was not named Esther — and I had never heard of her! That’s how I met the unsung heroine of Chan­ukah.
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Philadelphia artist and writer pens an imaginative memoir — with the assistance of her deceased father.
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Jane Biberman, Inside Feature
My father got into computers 20 years after he died,” claims Esta Cassway. “I was not particularly a believer in spirits,” says the local painter, lyricist and writer. That is, until 1992, when her father’s restless spirit, apparently relishing its afterlife, began interfering with her work. “I had been asked by Aronson Publishers to write and illustrate a two-volume set...
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
A University of Pennsylvania grad hopes her memoir will inspire women to fight back when faced with unpleasant midlife surprises.
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